Are you tired of hearing all the same promises from real estate agents and not knowing what to believe? That’s how I felt before I became an agent, and that is why I’ve always had one firm belief – from the beginning of the process to the end, every minute I spend is dedicated to making me your favourite real estate Broker. I also don’t want you to just be happy during the process of buying or selling real estate; I want you to be so ecstatic that you never forget my name! I’m Claire Weston of Royal LePage Trinity Realty Brokerage, with offices in Stayner, Collingwood, The Blue Mountains and Wasaga Beach, to better serve you and I’m excited to begin a working relationship with you with regard to all of your real estate needs.
One way in which I accomplish this with every client is that I know Clearview and surrounding area, like the back of my hand. I keep up with all the news and developments going on in the Southern Georgian Bay area, including Barrie, Stayner, Creemore, Wasaga Beach, The Blue Mountains and Collingwood, Ontario. It is my firm belief that you can’t be involved in Real Estate and do a good job for your clients if you don’t thoroughly know the neighbourhoods. When a buyer gives me guidance on what they are looking for, it is my vast knowledge that helps me choose which real estate listings to show them, whether it is Waterfront homes, retirement communities, Investment property, Recreational property, or something else. I have a lot to offer in terms of honesty, integrity, dependability, and knowledge of the real estate industry and how it works. I recently completed the SRES® course which qualifies me to work with clients in the 50+ marketplace, helping them through lifestyle transitions involving relocation, refinancing, or selling the family home. As well, I have recently received my accreditation from NAGAB (National Association of Green agents and Brokers), AGA®, endorsing my commitment to promote energy conservation, energy efficiency and environmental sustainability, in properties I sell and lease. I’ve recently received a Social® Marketer designation from Royal LePage, so I am accessible via twitter, facebook, Linked In and youtube.
Availability is another facet of professionalism that I believe to be very important. Because I give my clients focused, individual attention while showing properties for sale, I may not be immediately available for every call, but you can be rest assured that I will return the call the moment I am free. No calls go unreturned past the end of the business day.
Buying or selling a home is a process, and you can count on me to be there every step of the way. Whether this is your first time or your hundredth time, I won’t allow anything to fall through the cracks. My attention to detail means your transaction will go smoothly and as stress-free as I can possibly make it.
Besides my efforts, you also have the other Real estate agents at Royal LePage Trinity Realty Brokerage with offices in Stayner, Wasaga Beach, The Blue Mountains and Collingwood and all the firm’s resources at your disposal. So, when you want kept promises and results, Claire Weston is the real estate Broker to choose!
My goal is to help you find your way home! Remember, helping you is what I do!
I have a lot to offer in terms of honesty, integrity, dependability, and knowledge of the real estate industry and how it works. Let me help you to realize your dream home, move into your first home or find your first investment property!
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Look forward to hearing from you,
Your Community Realtor® for life,
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Helping you is what I do!
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Italian police have seized a large arsenal of weapons, including an air-to-air missile, in raids on neo-Nazi sympathisers, they said on Monday. Elite police forces searched properties across northern Italy following an investigation into Italians who had fought alongside Russian-backed separatist forces in eastern Ukraine, a police statement said. Three men were arrested, including a customs officer who has previously stood for parliament for an extreme right party. During their raids, police discovered a French-made Matra air-to-air missile that appeared to have once belonged to the Qatar armed forces. Subsequent checks showed the weapon was in working condition but lacked an explosive charge. A big cache of guns and ammunition was seized by the Turin special police force Credit: FRANCESCO AMMENDOLA,HO/AFP/Getty Images Police said the suspects had tried to sell the missile in conversations with contacts on the WhatsApp messaging network. Among other weapons uncovered were 26 guns, 20 bayonets, 306 gun parts, including silencers and rifle scopes, and more than 800 bullets of various calibres. The arms were primarily from Austria, Germany and the United States. Police also seized Nazi memorabilia from the properties. "The police investigation ... came into being because of the activities of some Italian fighters with extremist backgrounds who had taken part in the armed conflict in the Ukrainian region of Donbass," the police statement said. More than 10,000 people have been killed since 2014 in fighting between pro-Russian separatists and Ukrainian forces in eastern Ukraine.
A man has been charged with killing a polar bear and leaving the body to rot outside his home in Alaska for five months.Christopher Gordon, 35, allegedly shot the animal dead when it ventured into his front yard to try and eat some butchered whale meat.He then failed to report the polar bear carcass or attempt to “harvest” it for food between December 2018 and May this year.Gordon also allowed the bear to be covered with snow, which resulted in one of its legs being ripped off by a passing snowplough.Finally, on 22 May, he burned the carcass at the village dump in Kaktovik.He is now facing up to one year in prison and a $100,000 (£80,000) fine if convicted of the federal crime of “knowingly taking a polar bear in a manner unlawful under the Marine Mammal Protection Act”.Prosecutors say that the killing of the bear was not done in legal self defence and that he “left the harvestable remains to waste”.“Gordon allegedly left butchered whale meat outside in front of his yard of his residence for a substantial period of time, which attracted polar bear, as well as other animals to his front yard,” said federal prosecutor Ryan Tansey.“He then allegedly shot and killed the polar bear because it was trying to eat the improperly stored whale meat.”Gordon has also been charged with the state offence of wasteful taking of a marine animal.The investigation was carried out by the US Fish and Wildlife Service.Gordon declined to comment about the case and is scheduled to appear in court in Fairbanks in August.Kaktovik, with a population of just over 250, has experienced increasing encroachment by polar bears in recent years due to the disappearing Arctic sea ice.As a result it has become a popular tourist destination, with more than 2,000 people visiting the village during 2017.“These bears are getting used to people,” said council member Mike Gallagher. ”They’re domesticated.”Additional reporting by Associated Press
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